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Homer J. Livingston

banker

Homer J. Livingston, American banker. Member American Bankers Association (past president).

Background

Livingston, Homer J. was born on August 30, 1903 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of John C. and Evelyn (Lewis) Livingston.

Education

Bachelor of Laws, John Marshall Law School, Chicago, Illinois, 1924.

Career

1 son, Homer J. Admitted to Illinois bar, 1925. Attorney, First National Bank of Chicago, 1930-1944, counsel, 1944-1945, vice president, 1945-1950, president, 1950-1955, chief Executive officer, 1955-1969, chairman of the board, 1960-1969, chairman finance committee, 1969-1970. Director Continental Casualty and Continental Assurance companies, Armour and Company, Sears, Roebuck & Company, Standard Oil Corporation (Indiana), Inland Steel Company Trustee University of Chicago Company, Standard Oil Corporation (Indiana), Inland Steel Company Trustee University of Chicago.

Works

  • Author: Management Policies in American Banks.

Membership

Member American Bankers Association (past president). Clubs: Commercial, Chicago, Union League, Mid-Day, Law, Legal, Chicago Golf (Chicago).

Connections

Married Helen G. Henderson, September 29, 1928.

father:
John C. Livingston

mother:
Evelyn (Lewis) Livingston

spouse:
Helen G. Henderson